Our Friend Victoria - 27 July 2020 - 27/7/2020 - July 27 - Monday - BBC Two - TV Everyday

Our Friend Victoria – 27 July 2020 – 27/7/2020 – July 27 – Monday – BBC Two

Our Friend Victoria Series 1 Episode 3 of 6

Michael Ball presents the third instalment, which looks at Victoria’s refreshingly candid views on sex and relationships, and her unique ability to say what we were all thinking when it came to romance, dating, getting it or not getting it.

Michael guides us through a selection of classic clips including stand-up from the Albert Hall; Victoria’s spoof documentary, Mr Right; Italian Restaurant and Family Planning from As Seen on TV; and standout moments from her multi-award-winning sitcom Dinnerladies. Michael is joined by Duncan Preston and Anne Reid, who reveal how some of Victoria’s most memorable comedy moments were created.

Former cast mates Maxine Peake and Shobna Gulati recall filming the hilarious bedhopping antics of their characters in Dinnerladies. Michael rounds off the show by introducing a song from the archives, but not just any song – this is one of Victoria’s most famous, The Ballad of Barry and Freda

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About Our Friend Victoria

The life of the well-loved and highly respected comedian and actor Victoria Wood is commemorated and celebrated in this six-part series. Each episode is presented by one of her close co-stars and friends, such as Julie Walters, Michael Ball and more.

This show is broadcast on BBC Two, also known as the British Broadcasting Corporation.

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